"Stop Spending, Start Drilling, Get Government Out of the Way"
(Nashua) Republican Grant Bosse emerged the clear winner at tonight's Second Congressional District debate, held at Nashua City Hall. Bosse's conservative message dominated the event, as he remained the only candidate to say exactly where he proposes to reduce the size of government, and cut federal spending.
"If we're going to win back the Taxpayer Majority that has been the backbone of every Republican victory in our lifetime, we need to tell taxpayers where we're willing to cut the federal budget," Bosse said. "I'm proposing more than $30 billion a year in taxpayer savings. Tonight, my opponents proposed not a single dollar."
Another highlight of the debate was Bosse taking Jennifer Horn to task for her flip-flop on Second Amendment rights. Bosse read a direct quote from Horn saying she supports "common sense restrictions to protect kids from guns". Horn complained that she was misquoted.
"I'm amazed at the shift of the political winds since the Heller decision. Even Barack Obama and Paul Hodes now say they favor the Second Amendment," Bosse added. "New Hampshire voters have had enough of candidates like Jennifer Horn taking a firm stand on both sides of the issue."
Bosse also outlined his Comprehensive Energy Plan, Comprehensive Health Care Plan, and innovative "50 Days, 50 Ways to Cut Federal Spending" initiative. Bosse said his conservative grassroots campaign, while the most detailed of the Republican contenders, can be summarized in just ten words. "Stop Spending, Start Drilling, Get Government Out of the Way," Bosse concluded.
For more information on Bosse's superior grassroots campaign, go to www.Bosse2008.com.